5 BIGGEST MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE WHEN MUSCLE BUILDING

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Muscle building can be quite difficult and challenging for those who don’t have the right strategy to work with, and on the other hand, it can be easy if you know what to do. Many people want to build muscle and achieve a shredded body, but they put themselves in tough situations whereby at the end of the day, they don’t see any viable results.

 

In regards to muscle building, it is easy to find many people who repeatedly make several mistakes on the way. These mistakes reduce their performance and make it difficult for them to actualize their body goals unbeknownst to them.

Building muscles has its benefits and can cause a positive transformation in anyone. However, as it is common with must workout plans, there are many pitfalls people fall into easily. Below is a list of some of the mistakes people make when building muscles.

 

EATING WITHOUT CAUTION

Your calories play an essential role in your muscle build up. You might spend all the time you can think off in the gym burning your way through those weights if you don’t eat enough, and increase your calories intake you won’t get any tangible results. The reason for this is that calorie surplus aids muscle buildup and growth. Always remember that calories help you to fuel your workouts and facilitate the repair and growth of muscles.

 

POOR RECOVERY

All of your hard work will result in nothing if you don’t rest properly (i.e., if you are not getting proper sleep). It is when you are asleep that the body makes the magic happen. It is during your sleep the body builds muscles by adapting to the stress it has been subjected to continuously. Resting is very important. When your body gets enough quality sleep, it retains more muscle mass, and losses fatter. When it comes to muscle building, don’t ignore the role of adequate rest.

 

INCONSISTENT RESTING PERIODS

This is related to the point above. When you train, you break down your muscle tissues, and a well-timed rest helps to repair it afterward. To get the best out of your workout, you need to plan your rest periods and follow it through. Getting consistent rest means your muscles have the right amount of time to recover and build up. What’s more, inconsistent resting periods might put your body at risk of injuries, stress builds up, and so on, and all of these might affect your performance.

 

NOT FOLLOWING UP ON YOUR LOADS

The critical prerequisite for muscle building training is progressive overload. What that means is that irrespective of the training you perform, your body reacts to an increment in size and strength to give you your desired results. If you are doing the same reps every day, or you are lifting the same sets of weights continuously, your body will become familiar with it, and as such, it wouldn’t grow. Therefore, your current level, and progressively increase it over time.

 

GOING THROUGH YOUR WEIGHTS FAST

The speed at which you go through your weight is essential. Remember that your muscles need to spend a considerable amount of time under tension, as it is during such moments that the muscle fibers build resistance, thus leading to muscle building. Rather than performing 10 reps in 15 seconds, consider building up tension by increasing the rep time to 30 or 45 seconds. This will help you achieve muscle growth and help your muscles develop.

 

Final thoughts

To build muscle and achieve your #shredded body, you need to take note of these common mistakes, and take the necessary steps to correct them. Let’s take it to the next level! Join our 30-day fitness and mindset transformation program guaranteed to get you results! CLICK HERE TO START

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  1. Ace Hoid, you the man for putting this together. I hope you continue to make blog. We are tuned in!!!

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